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Being a Pro, the oldest game in town: Fate, State and Trait – an analysis of police. Emma Williams and Dr Ian Hesketh

This appeared in Policing Insight last week….. As a result of burgeoning interest created by the College of Policing’s mission to professionalise the UK police service, we take a look at the occupation of policing. Our lens does not focus … Continue reading

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Wellbeing: thoughts from the debate #wecops

It gives me great pleasure to host the @wecops blogs here. This was written by Dan Reynolds and myself and summarises the great debate on well being a few weeks back. Next up EBP … Coming soon. Enjoy – Emma … Continue reading

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Well being and discretionary effort…

Following on from my last Blog Ian Hesketh writes a piece on well being and the role of worker discretion…….. more negative implications of the removal of the workers voice. Wellbeing and discretionary effort, so what’s that all about then? … Continue reading

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A positive move towards participatory management from Lancashire’s DCC Andrew Rhodes

Transformational change: Rhetoric or Reality I’m not going to start the blog off by going over old ground to describe our current situation using phrases such as ‘unprecedented’ or ‘seismic ‘. Combine austerity measures across the sector with evidence suggesting … Continue reading

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Some reflections on policing and learning…..

In January this year I watched the first of ‘my’ BSc Policing (in service) students graduate at Canterbury Cathedral after three years of studying at Canterbury Christ Church University. For fear of being emotional I will not overly stress the … Continue reading

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